Post # 46
Just want to support your decision to leave. Suggest he get some professional help. You leaving has NOTHING to do with his mental status and you should NOT feel responsible for his mental state simply by leaving and putting yourself in a safe place.
Post # 47
konala23 : Wow, that is not ok. Even if your angry there is no way you should put your hands on your partner.
I think the only option that could be recommended is leave! He physically put his hands on you. How will you ever be able to continue and trust him again? Plus, your saying your falling out of love with him. This relationship is going nowhere but a downward spiral.
Post # 48
Bee, the reason your mother would “want to kill him” is because he might end up killing you. There’s a reason people feel a certain way about abusers.
You owe yourself your own safety and life to get away from this guy. If not for yourself, then for him to get help, professionally.
Please see how many bees are on your side, speaking mounds of wisdom ♡
Keep him as placid as possible, get your affairs in order and make a quick exit. Definitely arrange to have the cops present while you remove your belongings. There are also some companies who specialise in helping women in DANGEROUS situations such as yours, to move in a quick and safe manner.
Post # 49
Actually, I wouldn’t tell him he needs professional help. He isn’t going to do that and he’ll likely just get agitated.
OP’s task at this point is to avoid any kind of confrontation. She’ll have to tip toe on egg shells until she can get safely away from her abuser
Post # 50
It’ll keep happening. A man with that type of insecurity over social media is more of a child.
Post # 51
konala23 : NOTHING is your fault girl. LEAVE. Keep yourself safe. Are you engaged to him??